|Object Name||Image, Digital|
Digitized photographic album. Scrapbook was made by the donor's aunt, Alice Lydia Lane. The scrapbook ranges from 1919 to 1921. The scrapbook mostly features Alice and her friends and family. Some notable places around town can be seen in the book, such as the Dam, Walden's Ridge, Missionary Ridge, Fort McPherson and more. *There is no (7). Many of these feature all members of the family.
3) The John Stagmaier and other boats.
5) Dam, August 31, 1916.
10) Summer Home on Walden's Ridge.
13) Missionary Ridge.
14) Cameron Hill.
15) Fort McPherson, GA.
36) Woman in an American Red Cross uniform, World War I era.
41) The building in the background of the center image was George Brown's building and the McConnell Block Building.
42) Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
43) National Cemetery.
46) View of Moccasin Bend from Lookout Mountain; image of "the old power house" on Lookout Mountain. This photo was taken about a month after the Incline No. 2 powerhouse and station burned on March 24, 1919. There were two rail lines that once ran on Lookout Mountain, a narrow and broad gauge rail line at the top of the Inclines.
50-53) White Oak Cemetery, May 4, 1919.
56) Missionary Ridge, May 11, 1919.
59) The Old Mill Wheel?
60) Forest Hills Cemetery, May 25, 1919.
72) Flood of 1920, April 4, 1920.
76) Rainbow Lake and Market Street Bridge.
77) Market Street and Walnut Street Bridges, bird's eye view, image likely taken from Cameron Hill.
78) Moccasin Bend panorama.
79) Missionary Ridge Tunnel.
80) Incline Railway, Lookout Mountain, Cameron Hill (Boynton Park), and Bird's Mill.
81) Fort Oglethorpe, John Ross House - Rossville, GA., and Chickamauga, GA. Bottom image is of the 18th Battery Ohio Light Artillery on Snodgrass Hill. John Ross House image was before it was moved to its present location by the duck pond in the 1950s.
82 and 83) Signal Mountain and Red Bank.
84) Fort Oglethorpe.
90) North Chickamauga Creek.
92) was found loose in the scrapbook and scanned at the end.